Pokémon Go — How to earn badges (achievements)

Pokémon Go

Why do people like Pokémon Go? Thanks to the game while searching for pokemons you can visit a lot of places where you have never been before. Furthermore you can level up your Pokémon, and then participate in battles with other players. One of the interesting features of Pokémon Go is the ability to earn badges, which are a kind of game achievements.

Badges can be earned for completing different tasks including, for example, walking a certain distance or throwing a certain number of pokeballs. Some badges are given for travelling while searching for a Pokémon, the other part is given during the battles in the Gym. Earned badges and conditions for getting other badges can be found in Trainer's profile.

Badge
Location Earned
How to Achieve
Battles Won as Challenger
Gym
Awarded for winning a required number of battles at enemy Gyms.
Battles Won as Defender
Gym
Awarded for successfully defending Gyms against enemy Pokémon a required number of times.
Distance Traveled
Wild
Awarded for traveling a certain distance.
Pokéballs Thrown
Wild
Awarded for throwing a required number of Pokéballs.
Pokémon Assigned
Gym
Awarded for deploying a required number of Pokémon at friendly Gyms.
Pokémon Captured (By Type)
Wild
Awarded for capturing a required number of Pokémon of a certain Type (Eg. Fire, Water, Grass)
Pokémon Encountered
Wild
Awarded for Encountering a required number of Wild Pokémon.
Pokémon Evolved
Main Menu
Awarded for Evolving a required number of Pokémon.
Pokémon Hatched
Wild
Awarded for Hatching a required number of Eggs.
Prestige Decreased Through Battles
Gym
Awarded for reducing a required amount of Prestige by Battling at enemy Gyms.
Prestige Gained Through Training
Gym
Awarded for earning a required amount of Prestige by Training at friendly Gyms.
Total Pokéstops
Wild
Awarded for visiting a required number of Pokéstops.
Training Battles Won
Gym
Awarded for winning a required number of battles at friendly Gyms.
Unique Pokéstops
Wild
Awarded for visiting a required number of different Pokéstops.
 

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